Posts tagged Skin

What is your diagnosis? (45)

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At the end of the post you can vote for the right diagnosis!  (more…)

Mystery Dermatitis. Volume 2.

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In a male, cross breed, 6 months old, pig carcass multiple, multifocal,  erythematous lesions were observed some of which  with concentric circles morphology. Generalized lymphadenopathy was also observed with increased size and redness of the lymph nodes. (more…)

What is your diagnosis? (38)

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Lumpy skin disease

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Lumpy skin disease is a viral disease of cattle caused by a capripoxvirus; it is characterised by fever, nodules on the skin, and it may lead to severe losses, especially in naive animals. (more…)

Lesions in the mammary glands of sows

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We have lately received a few enquiries related to changes in the mammary glands of female reproductive pig carcases. It is an organ which, in the case of recently weaned or lactating sows, can be allocated to human consumption. (more…)

Ulcerative dermatitis in a sow

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In a 3 year old sow, multiple multifocal, irregular, wet, reddened areas, in the skin of the flanks, abdomen and hind limbs were observed during the ante-mortem inspection. The affected areas had alopecia and whitish vesicles surrounded the ulcers. (more…)

Subcutaneous amorphous structures in a chicken carcass

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In a female, two year old, chicken carcass five soft, subcutaneous, dark-brown coloured, amorphous structures of different sizes were observed between the thigh and the abdomen. The nodules presented no adhesions to any other structure. (more…)

What is your diagnosis? (27)

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Skin Neoplasia in a calf

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In a cross-breed 10 months old calf, multiple nodular alopecic lesions were observed on the skin. (more…)

Hemorrhagic diathesis in a pig carcass

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In a 6 months old, mixed breed, pig carcass multiple hemorrhages (petechiae and ecchymoses) were observed on the skin, thoracic and abdominal cavities serous membranes. The lymph nodes had a haemorrhagic appearance throughout the carcass. (more…)

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